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Some survivors in France.
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Whilst browsing, I found these.

 

 

 

 

 

From http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/1407-norman-d-landing/page__hl__ general  apathy__st__1420



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What page are those on? I couldnt find them. I believe they are owned by Robert Beaufils. I can see two Liberty's, a Mack, a Berliet,a Mathis and something i dont recognise between the Mack and the Mathis. He has quite a collection and apparently likes the colour grey.

Tim

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Lovely - and there looks to be some good detail there for modellers.

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Great War Truck wrote:

What page are those on? I couldnt find them. I believe they are owned by Robert Beaufils. I can see two Liberty's, a Mack, a Berliet,a Mathis and something i dont recognise between the Mack and the Mathis. He has quite a collection and apparently likes the colour grey.

Tim


 Oh bugger!

I thought the link would be to the page, I've browsed up to about p150, I have a recollection of these being around the 120 mark.



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Follow-up, photo's were from page 58 with Authors comments below (2010):

O.k. so you spotted in the photo in the previous post that there was another one to the right of the initial one, well in fact there were six of them at the show , all WWI, all different, all unrestored, all owned by the same owner, a quarry owner. :lol:

Forgot to mention that the vintage show was close to St Lo, in Normandy.

Ken
Norman D. Landing, Forum Normandy Correspondent, August 23 2010

www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php



Interesting to note the original seat and an actual Distributor in the Type I (left most Truck, Type I's had distributor and Mag running at the same time) I would very much appreciate any other photo's of the Standard B trucks (Libertys) if anyone see's these vehicles again.
V/R W Winget
Virginia, USA
(Type I undergoing restoration)

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Wow, 100 years old trucks :D . Awesome :D .

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Some lorries (Berliet, Liberty) is rebuilt - pneumatic tires.

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